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No. 1, Queen's Mansions

Sullivan moved into his apartment, No. 1, Queen's Mansions, during the run of Patience late in 1881. It would be his home for the rest of his life. These pictures were published in A Souvenir of Sir Arthur Sullivan (1901) by W. J. Wells who commented: "The good taste which marked his work was even more noticeable in his home."

The building no longer exists.

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Hall
The Hall
Drawing Room
The Drawing Room
Dining Room
The Dining Room

Study


The Study

Bedroom
The Bedroom

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